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‘Rules are rules’ as coach stays banned

A WAR of words has erupted between a boxing club and the sport’s governing body after a coach was handed a six-month ban following a row with a ringside official.

The London Amateur Boxing Association (ABA) has strongly refuted claims that i... read on

A MUM whose young daughter died after a severe asthma attack has launched a campaign encouraging other youngsters with the condition to carry their inhalers at all times. read on...
THE community is rallying to save a 114 year-old library from closure. read on...
HOSPITALS in South London reported “business as usual” after thousands of NHS workers across the country staged a four-hour strike. read on...
THERE were rumours that street artist Banksy had been at work when some graffiti appeared on the wall of a charity shop in South London. read on...

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BREAKING SPORT

Charlton 2 Bolton 1


CHARLTON produced an instant response to their first Championship reverse as goals from George Tucudean and Johnnie Jackson put them back on the right track.


And the Addicks did it without two of their best attacking players - top-scorer Igor Vetokele and winger Johann Berg Gudmundsson - plus rock-solid right-back Chris Solly.


Tucudean notched his second goal of the campaign in the 28th minute as he chested down Yoni Buyens' pass and then slotted past Andy Lonergan.


And he turned supplier early in the second half, playing a one-two with Franck Moussa before sliding the ball sideways for captain Jackson to extend the South Londoners' advantage.


But Bolton were back in the contest just three minutes later as former Palace defender Dean Moxey skimmed a left-footer into the bottom corner.


Buyens picked up his fifth booking of the campaign - meaning he will sit out Friday's derby at Fulham.
... read on

Charlton 2 Bolton 1


CHARLTON produced an instant response to their first Championship reverse as goals from George Tucudean and Johnnie Jac... read on


WIGAN and Millwall ground out a goalless draw as two nervous teasms neutralised each other at the DW Stadium tonight.
Neither side had won a game... read on
STEVE Parish has revealed he is looking to install a director of football at Crystal Palace.

And the Eagles supremo, above, has rubbished a n... read on
Crystal Palace 1 Chelsea 2


FRAIZER Campbell's 90th minute goal proved too little and too late as Crystal Palace suffered a first Premier Le... read on


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